Luisa Paraguai Donati

Luisa Paraguai Donati studied Civil Engineering and obtained her master degree in the Department of Multimedia, Institute of Arts, State University of Campinas, Brazil. Her master research, which is included in the wAwRwT project, examined the possibilities of presence through live images on the Web. She has subsequently presented conference papers, and developed artworks such as INcorpos, that deal with issues of "being present" on the Web.

Currently enrolled in the Brazilian PhD programme, Luisa is at CAiiA-STAR, University of Plymouth, as visiting researcher-in-residence. Her current research theorises the implications of wearable computers as an "always on" interface fully embodied in the user. Email: luisa@iar.unicamp.br.

Books and Journal Articles

Artistic Environments of Telepresence on the World Wide Web

October 2001
Leonardo Reviews

holes—linings—threads Web site: ⟨http://www.felber.dircon.co.uk/holesliningsthreads⟩. Artist: Alicia Felberbaum

June 2003
Leonardo Reviews

Shine02.Org

October 2003
Leonardo Reviews

Bitart

February 2004